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Sex-specific regulation of chemokine Cxcl5/6 controls neutrophil recruitment and tissue injury in acute inflammatory states

Abstract Background Tissue infiltration by neutrophils during acute inflammatory states causes substantial tissue injury. While the magnitude of tissue neutrophil accumulation in innate immune responses is profoundly greater in males than females, fundamental aspects of the molecular mechanisms underlying these sex differences remain largely unknown. Methods We investigated sex differences in neutrophil stimulation and recruitment in ischemia/reperfusion (I/R; mesenteric or renal) or carragee...

Framing overdiagnosis in breast screening: a qualitative study with Australian experts

Lisa Parker; Lucie Rychetnik; Stacy Carter (2015)
Publisher: Figshare
Abstract Background The purpose of this study was to identify how the topic of overdiagnosis in breast cancer screening is framed by experts and to clarify differences and similarities within these frames in terms of problems, causes, values and solutions. Methods We used a qualitative methodology using interviews with breast screening experts across Australia and applying framing theory to map and analyse their views about overdiagnosis. We interviewed 33 breast screening experts who influen...

The Embodiment of Success and Failure as Forward versus Backward Movements

Fetterman, Adam K. (2015)
Publisher: Universitätsbibliothek Tübingen
Embargo end date: 2015/04/14

Data for Consumption experiment

Day ‘One’ was omitted from analysis due to use of a different style of feeder tube from that used on subsequent days. Abbreviations: Day: day of experiment; Temp: temperature of incubator; Colony: hive of origin; Vial: unique identifier for each sample; Type: “Bee” or evaporation “Control” (i.e., empty vial without a bee); Date: Date of start of trial; Start.time: time at start of trial; Lid.mass.0h: mass of full tube with nectar at start of trial; comment.0h: observations at start time; End....

A quantitative feeding assay in adult Drosophila reveals rapid modulation of food ingestion by its nutritional value

Wei Qi; Zhe Yang; Ziao Lin; Jin-Yong Park; Greg Suh; Liming Wang (2015)
Publisher: Figshare
Abstract Background Food intake of the adult fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, an intermittent feeder, is attributed to several behavioral elements including foraging, feeding initiation and termination, and food ingestion. Despite the development of various feeding assays in fruit flies, how each of these behavioral elements, particularly food ingestion, is regulated remains largely uncharacterized. Results To this end, we have developed a manual feeding (MAFE) assay that specifically measu...

Degrees of Openness: Grey Literature in Institutional Repositories

Schöpfel, J.; Prost, H. (2015)
Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
Embargo end date: 2015/06/08
In spite of the growing success of the open access initiative, a significant part of scientific and technical information remains unavailable on the web or circulates with restrictions. Even in institutional repositories created to disseminate the scientific production of an academic institution, broad and open access to more or less important sectors of the scientific production is restricted. In order to provide new empirical evidence, 25 large institutional repositories from different cont...